Outdoor Weddings on National Forest System Lands
*Photo courtesy of The Dream-Maker, Incline Village, NV.
Lake Tahoe can provide a magical setting for an outdoor wedding or other ceremony. The wedding providers listed below operate under a special use permit, which authorizes them to conduct ceremonies at specific locations.
Wedding Service Providers
Chapel of the Bells
2700 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
530-544-1112 or 800-247-4333
Chapel of the Pines
P.O. Box 1519
Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
P.O. Box 6395
Incline Village, NV 89450
Lake Tahoe Wedding Ministries
P.O. Box 6024
Stateline, NV 89449
Tahoe Sacred Vows
P.O. Box 11280
Zephyr Cove, NV 89448
The Grand Hall at Valhalla is a part of the Heller Estate located at the Tallac Historic Site, approximately three miles north of South Lake Tahoe. Information about weddings at the Grand Hall is available on the Valhalla Tahoe wedding website. Valhalla Tahoe operates under a special use permit with the USDA Forest Service.
Please note: the remainder of the Tallac Historic Site is not available for weddings or private events.
Weddings at Forest Service Resorts
The following resorts operate under a special use permit and provide wedding services. Please contact them directly to learn about their services.
- Camp Richardson Resort
- Heavenly Mountain Resort
- Meeks Bay Resort
- Round Hill Pines& Resort
- Zephyr Cove Resort
The listing on this website of these wedding service providers or hyperlinks to their websites does not constitute endorsement by the Forest Service of the website or the information, products, or services they provide. The Forest Service does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations.
Forest Service policy allows gatherings that have no commercial component (for example no payment made to wedding planner, officiant, caterer, or photographer), and include fewer than 75 people on Forest Service land without a special use permit.
If payment is going to be made to any party or the gathering includes more than 75 people, a permit would be required. Please contact the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit office at 530-543-2600 for information on available permits.